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Tim Larson Directs THE WIZ As Circle Players Kicks Off 2017
Tim Larson helms the new Circle production of The Wiz. A veteran director known locally for his large-scale musical productions, including previous Circle productions of Sister Act, Ragtime and Titanic, Larson's creative team includes William (Bill
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Personnel includes: Michael Jackson, Heavy D, Christa Larson (vocals); Teddy Riley (guitar, keyboards, synthesizers, drums); Paul Jackson, Jr, Tim Pierce, David Williams, Slash (guitar); Larry Corbett (cello); Jai Winding (piano, keyboards, programming, bass); David Paich (keyboards, synthesizers, programming); Steve Porcaro (keyboards, synthesizers, programming); Rene Moore, Greg Phillinganes (keyboards); Bryan Loren (Moog synthesizer, drums, percussion); Abraham Laboriel (bass); Jeff Porcaro (drums); Wayne Cobham (sequencing, programming); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion); Siedah Garrett, Shanice Wilson, The John Bahler Singers, The Andrae Crouch Singers (background vocals). Producers: Michael Jackson, Teddy Riley, Bruce Swedien, Bill Bottrell. Engineers include: Bruce Swedien, Teddy Riley, Matt Forger. Principally recorded at Record One Studios & Larrabee Studios, Los Angeles, California. Originally released on Epic/Sony (45400). Digitally remastered by Bernie Grundman (Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles, California). Despite the success of Bad, it was hard not to view it as a bit of a letdown, since it presented a cleaner, colder, calculated version of Thriller - something that delivered what it should on the surface, but wound up offering less in the long run. So, it was time for a change-up, something even a superstar as huge as Michael Jackson realized, so he left Quincy Jones behind, hired Guy mastermind Teddy Riley as the main producer, and worked with a variety of other producers, arrangers, and writers, most notably Bruce Swedien and Bill Bottrell. The end result of this is a much sharper, harder, riskier album than Bad, one that has its eyes on the street, even if its heart gets middle-class soft on Heal the World. The shift in direction and change of collaborators has liberated Jackson, and he's written a set of songs that is considerably stronger than Bad, often approaching the consistency of Off the Wall and Thriller. If it is hardly as efferves
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The characters ... Adeline O’Hara, ex-WAC and reporter for the Teneskium (Oregon) Pioneer, also country correspondent for the Portland Press, who tells the story. She is young, red-headed, and Irish. She meets Titus Willow, the pudgy passionate professional philanthropist, who is a badly frightened man. He is visiting Carson Delhart, the Portland millionaire, who dislikes giving interviews , and who wants to marry Titus Willow’s daughter Daisy Willow, small and babyish, with a penchant for suicide. She is engaged to Arthur Frew, Titus Willow’s assistant, a very sullen young man who dislikes everyone and everything. He causes Adeline a lot of trouble. Also involved is Glory Martin, beautiful ice-blonde ward of Carson Delhart. She is rumored to be his mistress, and has definite tendencies...
Wade Dellums adventure continues as he trails into Northern California pursuing his Winchester rifle sales, his wanderlust and his new love, Darcy Larson. Dellums, a quiet unassuming cowboy, becomes a man of action when the situation requires; as he travels through California mining town and camps, charming folks he meets and selling his firearms. Everywhere he trails his help seems to be needed. When he rides out of a town, he leaves folks the better because of his presence . . . and Darcy loves him for it. In this second novel chronicling Dellums travels and adventures, the author spins his tale around historical places, events and folks. The result is a fiction-nonfiction story to be enjoyed by all western fiction readers.
Reshared this week at First Things Magazine is an article where David Novak asked 21 years ago: must community exist prior to democracy. If it does, then it is possible, Novak argues, that the community, particularly the Jewish community, can be religious and its governing democracy secular. Opposite the idea of several religious communities being collectively governed by a secular democracy is Tolstoy, who sought, in Thomas Larson’s recent words in the Los Angeles Review of Books , “spiritual self-reliance. ” And Count Tolstoy finds the best examples of spiritual self-reliance in the lives and beliefs of Russian peasantry—something that espoused by someone today might lead them to later be accused of promoting an ideology of what Tim Strangleman at... ” But, as Strangleman points out, nostalgia tells us more about our attitude toward the present than any understanding we may have (or think we have) of the past. On the other hand, as Emma Green finds out in the Atlantic Monthly , there are currently some liberals who do not believe outreach toward religious conservatives will be rewarding:. I [Michael Wear, a former Obama White House staffer] think Democrats felt like their outreach [to religious conservatives] wouldn’t be rewarded. It was literally met by protests from the pro-life community. Now, there are reasons for this—I don’t mean to say that Obama gave a great speech and the pro-life community should have [acknowledged that]. But I think there was an expectation by Obama and the White House team that there would be more eagerness to find common ground. Cornel West, who is in some ways a religious conservative, wrote in the Guardian this week a severe critique of the Obama Presidency. More than Obama himself, West focuses his criticism on Obama’s “cheerleaders” who refuse to bear the blame for Hillary Clinton’s defeat as well as the neoliberal economic failures of the Obama administration. On this latter issue West poses the question of whether commercial brands compel their consumers to shun integrity, and he suggests commonwealth of American society in the name of pure profit-seeking. On this last point, it is interesting to compare a passage from Benjamin Nathans’ “ The Real Power of Putin ” from back in the September New York Review of Books :. The Soviet Union from which Russia emerged in 1991 was the most purpose-driven... Yet Laqueur struggles to put his finger on what he calls “the emerging ‘Russian idea,’” partly because so many doctrines are competing for influence (Russian Orthodoxy, Eurasianism, antiglobalism, nationalism), and partly because, as he concedes,... As Alistair Roberts points out on his blog Alastair Adversaria , whether in Russia or America or elsewhere people hunger for truth, not only in purely rational terms, but hunger for truth in other people. We hunger for truth from the doctor when we ask what’s wrong and we hunger for the perceived truth in our leaders (whether or not the truth is actually there). This doubt of whether the truth is or isn’t there in that particular moment is like the wavering, lingering, roving sense of exile. And as Kate Harrison Brennan has recently written of the Western Christianity’s alleged perception of exile from rest of the participants in secular democracy, she reminds her flock that exile is a temporary condition.
Tim and Tracy's Chocolate Cake (Boiled) (baking soda, butter, cocoa powder, eggs, flour, sugar, water)
Tim Horton's Style Oatmeal Muffins (flour, baking powder, eggs, milk, oats, salt, vegetable oil, sugar)
Tim Mcgraw's Chicken and Dumplings! (bay leaf, black pepper, butter, carrot, celery, celery, cube chicken bouillon, cloves, water, cornstarch, sage, thyme, flour, parsley, sweet peas, garlic, onions, chicken, salt, water, yellow onions)
Tim's Green Bean Casserole Extraordinaire (butter, butter, cornflakes, flour, sour cream, swiss cheese)
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